Trin finally lost her first tooth a couple of weeks ago. :) (Picture above was taken after her new tooth was already coming in) She came running in the door from school so excited to tell us about her "loose tooth" she "begged" Jaydon to pull it because she was anxious to see just what the tooth fairy would bring her. I didnt remember really ever discussing the tooth fairy with her, but apparently she was well informed... and it was making her very anxious to get the painful process of pulling her tooth started... and I'm all for making it easier on her. But I do wonder if encouraging the tooth fairy is the right thing to do? I think next time we may tell her, but still give her the reward.
So anyhow she was very brave and let Jaydon pull her tooth. That night she wrote a letter to the tooth fairy, and it was soo cute. I should post it, but I'm too lazy to grab it out of my scrapbook (I've been keeping up on project life!!!) but in her letter she said she had enough money (I'm thinking REALLY?) and that maybe a present would be better. This girl is smart... and naturally this tooth fairy didnt have a present lying around. :) So Jaydon and I googled tooth fairy letterhead and found some super cute notecards that said "from the desk of the toothfairy" and left her a note back from the toothfairy apologizing that she had only brought money and that she would have to come back the next night with her present. I had Jaydon write it because I knew she would recognize my handwriting. She ended up getting an electric hello kitty toothbrush, and a cheapo hello kitty wii game. Spoiled much? Yes just a little. :) I'm a bit more concerned about the standards of the next visit from the toothfairy...
In other news, our Journey girl is taking up the Ukele-
The songs she comes up with while playing are sweeter then the music at the moment. ;)